Golfer Bronte Law Brings Focus On Women Representation At World Golfing Event
Saudi arabia–The world-famous golfing event for women is being held in a four phased manner and is already making news. Quoting her counterpart, Swedish star Linn Grant, the British golfer Bronte Law has spoken emphatically about equal pay to women at par with men, even when it comes to golfing prizes.
She referred to the tennis and stage tournaments which award equal respect to women in that sense of the word. Ms. Grant rocked the universe with her Scandinavian win in Sweden last week.
The Amarco Team Series will be travelling from London to Sotogrante, then New York City finishing in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Both Law and the Swede are due to tee up between June 16 and 18 at the $1 million Aramco Team Series at Centurion Club near London.
Started in 2020, the Aramco Team Series is a professional women’s golf competition that is part of the Ladies European Tour (LET). The inaugural tournament was played as the Saudi Ladies Team International at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club in King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) by the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia. It was the penultimate LET event of the 2020 season and followed the Aramco Saudi Ladies International.
Law is a strong supporter of the Aramco Team Series, enjoying the team format as well as understanding the cash boost that it has provided for the Ladies European Tour and its members.
Speaking about equality, she further added “I think it’s important to recognize that the LET was not really in the strongest position when Aramco got involved and they have added $5 million to the … total purse for the year.
In 2020, Moroccan Maha Haddioui, who has played on the Ladies European Tour (LET) since 2012, became the first woman golfer to compete from the Kingdom in international tours. Then 31, Haddioui, had said how the tournament highlights the opportunities now available to Arabic women, with the Middle East helping to push women’s sport to new heights.